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    • Chincoteague ponies in an wetland area

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Wetlands; Scenics; Mammals;
    • Two herds of Chincoteague ponies graze freely on Assateague Island. Legend has it that the ponies arrived on Chincoteague from a Spanish ship that had run aground during a storm in 1750. Historians believe they are descended from horses brought by...
    • Herd of Chincoteague ponies in their natural habitat

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Wetlands; Scenics; Mammals;
    • Two herds of Chincoteague ponies graze freely on Assateague Island. Legend has it that the ponies arrived on Chincoteague from a Spanish ship that had run aground during a storm in 1750. Historians believe they are descended from horses brought by...
    • Herd of Chincoteague ponies

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Wetlands; Scenics; Mammals;
    • Two herds of Chincoteague ponies graze freely on Assateague Island. Legend has it that the ponies arrived on Chincoteague from a Spanish ship that had run aground during a storm in 1750. Historians believe they are descended from horses brought by...
    • Chincoteague Ponies grazing at the refuge

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Wetlands; Scenics; Mammals;
    • Two herds of Chincoteague ponies graze freely on Assateague Island. Legend has it that the ponies arrived on Chincoteague from a Spanish ship that had run aground during a storm in 1750. Historians believe they are descended from horses brought by...
    • Herd of ponies at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Wetlands; Scenics; Mammals;
    • Two herds of Chincoteague ponies graze freely on Assateague Island. Legend has it that the ponies arrived on Chincoteague from a Spanish ship that had run aground during a storm in 1750. Historians believe they are descended from horses brought by...
    • Horse talk

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Wetlands; Scenics; Mammals;
    • Two herds of Chincoteague ponies graze freely on Assateague Island. Legend has it that the ponies arrived on Chincoteague from a Spanish ship that had run aground during a storm in 1750. Historians believe they are descended from horses brought by...
    • Herd of wild horses in their natural habitat

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Wetlands; Scenics; Mammals;
    • Two herds of Chincoteague ponies graze freely on Assateague Island. Legend has it that the ponies arrived on Chincoteague from a Spanish ship that had run aground during a storm in 1750. Historians believe they are descended from horses brought by...
    • Herd of Chincoteague Ponies

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Wetlands; Scenics; Mammals;
    • Two herds of Chincoteague ponies graze freely on Assateague Island. Legend has it that the ponies arrived on Chincoteague from a Spanish ship that had run aground during a storm in 1750. Historians believe they are descended from horses brought by...
    • Mare and her foal at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Mammals;
    • Two herds graze freely on Assateague Island. Legend has it that the ponies arrived on Chincoteague from a Spanish ship that had run aground during a storm in 1750. Historians believe they are descended from horses brought by settlers in the...
    • Resting foal at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Mammals;
    • Two herds graze freely on Assateague Island. Legend has it that the ponies arrived on Chincoteague from a Spanish ship that had run aground during a storm in 1750. Historians believe they are descended from horses brought by settlers in the...
    • Fee area at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

    • Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS); Tourism; Transportation; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Partnerships;
    • This is a toll booth at Kenai NWR run by contractor, Alaska Recreational Management. Alaska is a land of awe-inspiring beauty and fish and wildlife spectacles, and the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is a microcosm of all this wonderful state has...
    • Arkansas: Bald Knob granary aerial

    • Floods; Natural disasters; Wildlife refuges; Buildings, facilities and structures;
    • Taken May 3, this aerial photograph shows the granary at Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge in White County, Arkansas. The refuge owns the facility, which is run by a co-op farmer.
    • Stream

    • Environmental education; Equipment; Habitat restoration; Rivers and streams; Training; Water management;
    • Sweet Run on the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship. Site visit for the FIS3200 Stream Habitat Measurement Techniques course at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife's National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV.
    • Stream

    • Environmental education; Equipment; Habitat restoration; Rivers and streams; Training; Water management;
    • Sweet Run on the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship. Site visit for the FIS3200 Stream Habitat Measurement Techniques course at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife's National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV.
    • Pocket rod exercise

    • Environmental education; Equipment; Habitat restoration; Rivers and streams; Training; Water management;
    • Students attending the FIS3200 Stream Habitat Measurement Techniques course at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's National Conservation Training Center, practice using a pocket rod at Sweet Run on the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental...
    • Bird by Run Off Pool

    • Erosion; Water conservation; Water management; Wildlife refuges; Birds;
    • Severe run off on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge created pools large enough to draw the attention of birds.
    • Parachute beardtongue plant

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • Penstemon debilis was discovered in 1986, and was first described by O’Kane and Anderson in 1987 (pp. 412–416). P. debilis is a mat-forming perennial herb with thick, succulent, bluish leaves, each about 0.8 in. (2 cm) long and 0.4 in. (1 cm)...

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